Keys is releasing “More Myself” through Oprah Winfrey’s book publishing imprint, An Oprah Book imprint, on November 5th, Billboard reports. Flatiron Books described the book as a “360-degree perspective” on her life. In the book, the 38-year-old discusses her childhood in the Hell’s Kitchen neighborhood in New York City and her rise in the R&B world. More Myself is the first release on Oprah’s book imprint.
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Keys took to Twitter to express how excited she is to be releasing her first book with the guidance of the one and only Oprah.
“My sister, mentor & the QUEEN herself helped me share my journey!,” she tweeted. “Thank you @Oprah for letting me share my truth as the 1st release of your new book imprint & for challenging me to become MORE MYSELF.”
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Oprah shared the same enthusiasm about being able to help Keys share her story with the world.
“[Alicia Keys] has navigated the spotlight and pressures of fame while retaining a humble and beautiful spirit. I am honored she chose to share her personal story #MoreMyself through my imprint.”
You don’t have to wait until later this year to order it, as it is available for pre-order on aliciakeysbook.com.
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